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Where is the best sledding hill

I'm looking for a good sledding hill preferably in the Western Suburbs. Anyone know of a good one?

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i forget the name of the park but it's near chicago cycle center in chicago not in the burbs.
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big momma's booty is pretty good. it's at 25th ave and Cermak(22nd st).
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Patterson Lake forest preserve in Aurora on McCoy Rd. west of Eola on the SE side of the city.
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You going tonight?
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Patterson Lake forest preserve in Aurora on McCoy Rd. west of Eola on the SE side of the city.
Didn't this used to be a garbage dump?
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You going tonight?
If I didn't have a Weekly Status to finish tonight, I'd be game.
But seeing as this has to get done, I was thinking tomorrow night. Wanna hook up? Hell, let's make it a CLSB sledding night. Whose game?
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Patterson Lake forest preserve in Aurora on McCoy Rd. west of Eola on the SE side of the city.
Are the Forest Preserves open after dark? Cuz I'd probebly do it at night.
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If I didn't have a Weekly Status to finish tonight, I'd be game.
But seeing as this has to get done, I was thinking tomorrow night. Wanna hook up? Hell, let's make it a CLSB sledding night. Whose game?
Shit, starting new work hours this week, so I can't do anything till around 8:00 PM tomorrow.

Ahhh!!! Fuck weekly status... lets go SLEDDING!!!!!!!!!!
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Are the Forest Preserves open after dark? Cuz I'd probebly do it at night.
This isn't exactly a forest preserve in that sense... Its more like a big ass hill off the side of the rode surrounded by trees.
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big momma's booty is pretty good. it's at 25th ave and Cermak(22nd st).
Wait a minute JoJo...Isn't this the hill where we always made a fire on the top and if you went down the east side it was the suicide dodge? By that i mean it was real steep and led right into the train tracks. Growing up we used to get drunk on the top of the hill with the fire and then wait for the train to start coming and then we would all fly down the hill to see who could get the closest to the train..... Oh growing up in Cicero.............I tell ya!


There is an AWESOME hill right here in Roselle/Bloomingdale. Ample parking and it is on steep son-of-a-BIT#H!!!!

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Wait a minute JoJo...Isn't this the hill where we always made a fire on the top and if you went down the east side it was the suicide dodge? By that i mean it was real steep and led right into the train tracks. Growing up we used to get drunk on the top of the hill with the fire and then wait for the train to start coming and then we would all fly down the hill to see who could get the closest to the train..... Oh growing up in Cicero.............I tell ya!



Ahh yes, the days of suicide hill. I went there for years and got drunk on top of that hill. There was four different sides to go down all with varying degrees of danger.

I love that hill.




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there was /is a pretty good one on milwaukee and Devon in Niles

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Wait a minute JoJo...Isn't this the hill where we always made a fire on the top and if you went down the east side it was the suicide dodge? By that i mean it was real steep and led right into the train tracks. Growing up we used to get drunk on the top of the hill with the fire and then wait for the train to start coming and then we would all fly down the hill to see who could get the closest to the train..... Oh growing up in Cicero.............I tell ya!
That's the one! I grew up in Maywood so it wasn't that far from me either. I always liked the west side. It was short but it had like four decent jumps. I busted my ass so many times on that side.
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Oh growing up in Cicero.............I tell ya!


There is an AWESOME hill right here in Roselle/Bloomingdale. Ample parking and it is on steep son-of-a-BIT#H!!!!
HAHA Thanx for the story, sounds stupid... but fun.

We went to Hearts Hill tonight. (Up in Round Lake, off of Hearts Rd./Fairfield/& 134, kinda) It was a blast!!! But i'm now sore, lol.
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i forget the name of the park but it's near chicago cycle center in chicago not in the burbs.
That is the 'burbs, Evanston, on Oakton. Unless you mean the smaller one on Western in Warren Park.

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